4 BHK Apartment : South Delhi, Siddharth Enclave, Delhi - Property ID: PRP23597
Date Added: September 9, 2019
- 2200 Sq ft
- 4 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- Ready to move
Apartment for Sale in Siddharth Enclave South Delhi measuring 2200 Sq ft in Delhi at a Price of Rs.2.80 Cr.
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) was created in 1957 under the provisions of the Delhi Development Act to promote and secure the development of Delhi. The DDA is responsible for planning, development and construction of Housing Projects, Commercial Lands, Land Management as well as providing public facilities like roads, bridges, drains, Underground water reservoir, Community Centers, Sports Centers, Green Belts etc. within the area of National Capital Territory of New Delhi, India.
The DDA Master Plan was formed in 1962 to ensure an organized and structured development of haphazard growth of Delhi. This included identification of new land that can be developed into residential properties and make self-contained colonies by providing ample commercial office and retail complexes as well. The DDA Master plan was revised in 1982 to formulate the Master Plan 2001 and then re-revised in 2007 to form the Delhi Master Plan 2021.
The Delhi Development Authority acquires land for development in Delhi. So far, over 64,354.88 acres (260.4350 km2) of land has been acquired with successful development projects on 59,504 acres (240.80 km2) and 30,713.95 acres (124.2949 km2) as residential land. Besides, the construction projects, DDA land development also includes providing a lush green belt and forest area for a clean and healthy environment by developing regional parks, neighborhood parks, district parks, play fields, and sports complexes. dda has the authority.
DDA undertakes construction, development and maintenance of commercial properties like retail shops in local markets, shopping complexes, office complexes, makeshift industrial set ups, hospitals, community halls, clubs, educational institutions, religious segregation centres etc. These properties are disposed through auctions or tenders.